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Might be my imagination but I seem to have a lot more space under my car - the exhaust passes through the chassis then under the axle and up in a straight line to the back. there seems to be plenty of room for another silencer - all be it a straight through one.
The fuel pump cannot be ruled out - learnt that a long time ago, new ones can fail as well. If its fuel evaporation it will start again when it has cooled down. If you have no tools then you will just have to wait for "the man" with a van.
I fitted a heated screen to our 6A when we had it but found that all the elements did not work so have not bought any for our current fleet. To demist prior to driving I put a fan heater in the car - this demists all of the windows and heats the inside so you get into a nice warm car. I think it is ...
- Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:26 pm
- Forum: Se5/5a
- Topic: How to remove a gearbox from a SE5a
- Replies: 27
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You do fill the auto box through the dipstick tube - you have to run the engine and move though all the gears to get the oil to circulate then check the level on the dipstick and add oil to get the level right. There are also two types of oil for the auto box - which type you use depends on the colo...
Probably easier as you have all said but it just does not look right which I find very annoying - this is the only SS1 we have had which has the headlights frames 1" different in height from the ground.